Zeuch Gives Up Zippo In The Hit Column

Tuesday, August 20 2019 @ 03:42 AM EDT

Contributed by: #2JBrumfield

The #BlueJays affiliates won four out of five Monday. Dunedin and the GCL squad had the day off. The DSL team saw their game rained out. #LetsGoBlueJays

Buffalo 3 Rochester 0

T.J. Zeuch walked a batter and hit another. That was all he allowed in going the distance on a no-hitter. The former Pittsburgh Panther struck out three and produced 15 outs on the ground.

Jonathan Davis saved the no-hitter with a diving catch in the ninth. He was one of seven Bisons hitters to get a hit and took a couple for the team.

New Hampshire 1 Trenton 0

Cullen Large doubled home the only run of the game in the seventh and is now hitting .293 ont he season.

Zach Logue worked two scoreless innings before Joey Murray put together 5-2/3 shutout innings on six hits and a walk while whiffing six for the win. Dany Jimenez earned his sixth save with a goose egg in the ninth.

Lansing 4 Dayton 3

Gabriel Moreno mashed a three-run homer to tie the game in the third for his 12th blast of the year and he added his sixth stolen base.

Fitz Stadler surrendered three runs (two earned) over six innings on five hits with no walks and six punchouts. He also had seven outs on the dirt.

Vancouver 8 Boise 3

Cameron Eden had three hits while Tanner Morris, Jesus Lopez, Ronny Brito and Trevor Schwecke had two hits apiece with everyone getting a double save for Brito.

Nick Fraze earned his first pro win with three shutout frames on a hit by pitch and two walks. He struck out a pair while whiffing two to bring his ERA down to 2.30.

Bristol 6 Bluefield 5

Justin Ammons and P.K. Morris had two hits apiece with Ammons hitting .388 on the season. Leonardo Jimenez had a bases-clearing triple.

Jimmy Robbins took the loss with three runs allowed over three innings. Andrew McInvale fared not much better by giving up three runs over 2-2/3.

*** 3 Stars!!! ***

3. Gabriel Moreno, Lansing

2. Joey Murray, New Hampshire

1. T.J. Zeuch, Buffalo


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